- Editorial: (En)Gendering Change in Small-Scale Fisheries and Fishing Communities in a Globalized World. by Katia Frangoudes, Siri Gerrard Pages 117-124
- Gendered labor in the Icelandic fish processing industry. by Alexandra Yingst, Unnur Dís Skaptadóttir Pages 125-132.
- Gendered livelihoods in the global fish-food economy: a comparative study of three fisherfolk communities in Kerala, India. by Holly M. Hapke, Devan Ayyankeril Pages 133-143
- Women’s perspectives of small-scale fisheries and environmental change in Chilika lagoon, India. By Fatima Noor Khan, Andrea M. Collins, Prateep Kumar Nayak… Pages 145-154.
- A gender lens on women’s harvesting activities and interactions with local marine governance in a South Pacific fishing community. By Janne Rohe, Achim Schlüter, Sebastian C. A. Ferse Pages 155-162
- Gender and marine protected areas: a case study of Danajon Bank, Philippines. By Danika Kleiber, Leila Harris, Amanda C. J. Vincent Pages 163-175
- “Before we asked for permission, now we only give notice”: Women’s entrance into artisanal fisheries in Chile. By Gloria L. Gallardo-Fernández, Fred Saunders Pages 177-188.
- Indigenous women respond to fisheries conflict and catalyze change in governance on Canada’s Pacific Coast. By Sarah Harper, Anne K. Salomon, Dianne Newell… Pages 189-198
- Lagoon livelihoods: gender and shell money in Langalanga, Solomon Islands. by Kate Barclay, Nicholas McClean, Simon Foale, Reuben Sulu, Sarah Lawless Pages 199-211.
- Invisible work, ignored knowledge? Changing gender roles, division of labor, and household strategies in Finnish small-scale fisheries. By Pekka Salmi, Kirsi Sonck-Rautio Pages 213-221
- Women, capitals and fishing lives: exploring gendered dynamics in the Llŷn Peninsula small-scale fishery (Wales, UK). By Madeleine Gustavsson, Mark Riley Pages 223-231
- A book-essay and reflections on Margaret Willson’s book: Seawomen of Iceland: Survival on the Edge. By Siri Gerrard Pages 233-238
Women in Seafood video competition (June 2017)
The competition winner is Carmen Pedroza-Gutiérrez for her video, The Women of Petatán, showing interviews with women fish filleters in Michoacán, Mexico. All video entries can be viewed at Link.
IIFET-2016 (July 2016, Aberdeen, Scotland)
GAF6 (3-7 August 2016, Bangkok, Thailand)
AquaFish Innovation Lab has a long-standing commitment to create meaningful opportunities for men and women in the aquaculture and fisheries sector throughout the world. In a commitment to foster the exchange and dissemination of ideas on gender in aquaculture, AquaFish served as a Platinum sponsor for the 6th Global Symposium on Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries (GAF6).
The symposium was well attended by AquaFish project partners and colleagues from Nepal, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Thailand, China, Burma, Cambodia, US, Philippines, and Indonesia, whose work was highlighted among the many excellent presentations at GAF and AFAF.
Presentations from the event can be seen here.
FishAdapt: Global Conference on Climate Change Adaptation for Fisheries and Aquaculture (8-10 August 2016, Bangkok, Thailand)
AwF WoM August 2016 by Roy Palmer
Seafood Industry and Social Development Conference (21-22 September 2015, Maryland, USA)
Brief report on the Proceedings by Arlene Nietes Satapornvanit
WA15 (Jeju, May 2015)
The following presentations were given at the Aqua/Fisheries Women session at the World Aquaculture Society conference in Jeju Island, South Korea.
- Hye-Kyung Choa: For the preservation of memories Jeju Haenyeo have left
- Seungmok Ha: Relationship of site-specific maximum sustainable yield of Turban Shell Batillus /cornutus with algal standing stock biomass along the coast of Jeju Island, Korea
- Jin Yeong Kim: Fisherwomen’s contribution to the small scale fisheries in Korea
- Arlene Satapornvanit: A preliminary assessment of gender in aquaculture in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam
- Arlene Satapornvanit: Women’s involvement in selected aquaculture value chains in Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam
- Zumilah Zainalaludin: Gender and Aquaculture: Key research areas for future study
- Anna Mercy: Sustainability of Women entrepreneurs in ornamental fish culture at Kumbalam Panchayat, Ernakulam District, Kerala State, India
- Panel and Woman of the Month Awards
Below is a presentation made in another session at the Conference.
- Young-jin Park: The Status of Abalone Cage Culture and Roles of Women to the Industry in Wando, Jeonnam Province, Korea
AA15 (New Orleans, February 2015)
The following presentations were given at the Women in Aquaculture session at the World Aquaculture Society conference in New Orleans.
- Roy Palmer: Focus on Gender – plus poem by Maya Angelou
- Carole Engle: One woman’s perspective on gender in aquaculture
- Jesse Trushenski: A conversation with women beginning their careers in aquaculture and allied fields
GAF5 (Lucknow, 12-15th November 2014)
Summary – AwF’s Women’s Network involvement in GAF5
The following five members from the AwF Women’s Network presented at the 5th Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries (GAF5) symposium in Lucknow, India as part of the 10th Indian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum (10IFAF) of the Asian Fisheries Society Indian Branch.
- Arlene Nietes Satapornvanit: Thematic Studies on Gender in Aquaculture in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand, and Vietnam
Gender integration for sustainable aquaculture practices in Southeast Asia
- Chloe English: Joining the Dots – Bring Together Strategy, Women and Men to Address Gender Issues in Aquaculture
- Marie Christine Monfort: Why an International Women Network in the Seafood Industry is Important
- Bibha Kumari: Decreasing trend in Participation of Women in Fish Marketing in Patna, Bihar
- Meryl Williams (special guest and coordinator of GAF): Plenary talk. The AFS journey to Gender Equality in Aquaculture and Fisheries. Meryl also ran a workshop, Gender Aquaculture and Fisheries Writing Workshop
Prize winner Best Paper, Highly commended Bibha Kumari from Department of Environment and Water Management, A. N. College, Patna, Bihar, India (Congratulations Bibha!)
Overall the symposium involved 50 participants and involved
- 21 oral presentations, including 8 in the Focus India sessions
- 3 special workshops, including one with 7 oral presentations
- 6 films and videos
- 1 panel discussion comprised of 3 speakers and audience discussion
- 9 posters
- 1 meeting